The mission of the CFMC is to connect donors and their charitable giving with our evolving community needs in order to enhance the quality of life for current and future generations through impact grant making.
The vision of the CFMC is to be the philanthropic leader and a catalyst in order to maximize available resources in our county.
The Community Foundation of Morgan County Inc. (CFMC) was founded on January 5th, 2000, with the partnership of the Mooresville Community Foundation and the Morgan County Community Foundation. The historic Academy Building on the Newby Campus in Mooresville was the original location of the CFMC. Each year the Community Foundation of Morgan County, Inc. distributes thousands for dollars in grants and scholarships to local nonprofit organizations and to students. We also collaborate with other nonprofit organizations in the community on major initiatives which can improve our community. In 2001, the Kendrick Foundation joined the Community Foundation of Morgan County, Inc. as a supporting organization. The sale of the local Kendrick Hospital allowed the formation of the Kendrick Foundation, Inc., which focuses on providing health related-grants and scholarships in Morgan County. On July 1st, 2007, the Kendrick Foundation became a private foundation. However, the Kendrick Foundation still shares a staff and office with the CFMC.In late 2010, during the 10th anniversary year, a generous couple provided a donation which made it possible for the CFMC to purchase their own building on the square of downtown Martinsville. In January of 2011, the CFMC opened it's new main office at 56 North Main Street in Martinsville, Indiana.Summer of 2015 the foundation moved from the historic Academy Building to 11 West Main Street, in Mooresville, Indiana in conjunction with the Kendrick Foundation. Shortly after this Charitable Allies joined our location in Mooresville. Both Martinsville and Mooresville offices are staffed 9 AM to 4 PM Monday through Friday.